betrayal

[ bih-trey ]SEE DEFINITION OF betrayal

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BETRAYAL

There must be women there, and women meant screams, horror, betrayal.

And at this time Shakespeare has suffered Herbert's betrayal.

This marriage with Peggy, for instance, looks like a betrayal of her.

"The Night of Betrayal" is presented in the form of a story within a story.

If he had betrayed them, yet he had so contrived that they should not suffer by that betrayal.

I shall run no risks of betrayal by engaging Bridgwater folk.

Miss Amabel's voice rose upon the horror of her own betrayal.

My writing about Mr. Jones will not be the betrayal of a professional secret.

You have excuse for your betrayal, but your request I can not grant.

But, my Lady, I have a heart; a heart that would be broken by a betrayal.

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